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Downloading photos

I  now own an Optus X Lite mobile & yes can take photos so how does one download them into my PC ?  The manual is next to useless.

Ron

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Re: Downloading photos

Plug your phone into your computer and navagate to the phones SD Card using your computers file explorer and you should find the pictures under the DCIM / Camera folder or similar. Keep an eye on the phone as it may ask for permission when you plug the cable into the computer.

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Re: Downloading photos

 That method works for my normal camera but not for the mobile phone. Explorer does not show up the mobile - it just starts the charging process.

 

Ron

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Do you have an sdcard installed?

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and where does that card fit in the mobile phone?  The phone is NOT a Smart phone.

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The Alcatel One Touch has a micro SD card holder just below the SIM. You slide it to the right and it pops up. Then you rest the card on the contacts.

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Re: Downloading photos

Some images I just took didn't end up there, though. Useless camera anyway. You might as well do finger painting.

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Thanks but not going to worry if I have to purchase another card ebem though photos are stored in the Image gallery.

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According to intructions on that device the phone can hold an sdcard up to 32GB and this would most likely show up when browsing through your computer. I had an older device like yours that would not show internal images stored on the phone unless I transfered the images to the sdcard.

 

You may be able to transfer images via the Bluetooth program however I suspect the software running that device is limited compared to most smart phones.

 

http://www.optus.com.au/shop/prepaidmobile/optus/x-lite

 

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Thanks but I am not going to worry about photos then from the mobile phone

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